LAURA CUDDIE, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Laura was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honors BA in History. She headed west after graduation to spend a winter skiing in Park City, UT. One winter turned into a 20-year hospitality career in Park City, Whistler, Sun Valley and finally Jackson Hole as of 2003. Laura and her family left the valley in 2014 and spent 3 years in Toronto enjoying urban life, but the Tetons called them back in 2017. Laura’s professional background includes luxury property and asset management, hotel operations, sales, and marketing. Prior to joining the Clear Creek Group in 2017, Laura spent 12 years with Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, as the Regional Director of Residences based in Jackson and then most recently as the Worldwide Director of Residential Operations at the Corporate office in Toronto.
One of the reasons Laura and her family returned to Jackson was because of the strong sense of community. Laura and her family have enjoyed reconnecting with the community and supporting local organizations and initiatives that are close to their hearts including education, the arts, and the environment. Laura serves on the Board of the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum. Laura’s husband, John Morgan, works at Teton Science Schools on the Development Team and also as a communication consultant and public speaking teacher. He is an active Toastmaster, youth hockey coach, and Laff Staff improv player. Daughter Fiona is an avid skier and hockey player. She enjoys all the benefits of living and playing in Jackson. As a family they ski, golf, play tennis, hike, and travel whenever the opportunity arises.
Kevin was born in Youngstown, Ohio and graduated from The University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Communications. He has been a year-round Jackson, Wyoming resident since 1994. He has a diverse background in hospitality. Kevin was the Food and Beverage, Operations Manager for the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for six years before moving on to become a hotelier for the next eight years of his career. He enjoyed great success serving as the Assistant General Manager of the Rusty Parrot Lodge and Spa; a Four Diamond, full service, boutique hotel in downtown Jackson. During his tenure at The Parrot, he met Phil and Betsy Stevenson, while they were guests at the lodge, which steered the course of his career path to becoming the General Manager of The Clear Creek Group, nearly five years ago.
Kevin also participates within the community through his philanthropic efforts by serving as President of the Teton Freedom Riders, a non-profit organization, for over the last decade. They are 100% volunteer organization that works directly with the United States Forest Service in constructing and maintaining Jackson Hole’s public trail network. Kevin and the Teton Freedom Riders engage community members and businesses to protect trails as an asset that serves as the community’s connection to the greater Teton area’s natural resources.
With his wife Katie, Kevin resides in the Town of Jackson where they are proud to raise their two daughters, Maeve and Macy Jane. Together they enjoy the fruits of Jackson Hole; fishing, boating, mountain biking, horseback riding, skiing, and snowboarding.
Phil is the Director of Operations. He works closely with the operations team to ensure homes are in perfect condition for arriving homeowners and guests alike. He is the point person for all Caretaking homeowner communications and he and his team provide the eyes and ears for those who can’t be here as often as they like.
Born and raised in Colorado, Phil graduated from Fort Lewis College with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. After graduating he spent brief stints in Salt Lake City and Bend Oregon before coming to Jackson in 2002. The classic “One ski season” in Jackson turned into a summer, and then into a permanent residence. He joined The Clear Creek Group in 2009 after working as Front Desk Manager at the Rusty Parrot Lodge for seven years.
Phil resides in the Town of Jackson with his wife, Vanessa, who owns a small business here in town. The two take advantage of all that Jackson has to offer by filling their free time with skiing, biking, canoeing,